The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu
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Well here I was 3 hours and a half after landing at Narita airport I was finally checked-in at my hotel. I dropped my stuff and I headed out to grab some food. That airplane bagel I had 5 hours prior was feeling very far. I went to an area near my hotel in Shinjuku. The area was bustling with locals and hundreds of restaurants and bars were packed with people. I strolled for a while trying to find some authentic Japanese food at a reasonable price. I promptly skipped the wood ...
... in Ebisu. It was really cool to see a relatively large church in a country where only 2% of the population are Christians. Everyone was incredibly welcoming and all in awe that we had taken so long a trip! Gap years are very rare in Japan and holidays past one week are considered a bit extravagant so we shocked quite a few people with our ventures. Maretha (Tim’s aunty) was very kind and translated throughout the sermon so we felt we could be part of the service.
... devilishly back at me from the centre of a personalised plate .
"Cinderella Gina" had been inscribed in chocolate, alongside a picture of a shoe, rose and a clock striking 12.
The twelve year old girl inside me leapt out and did cartwheels. From that moment on it was pure magic.
We all stepped into the fairytale and let our imaginations run wild.
If we needed the "powder room" with the tinkle of a bell and a unison of ...
... a young lady across the road waving a pair of checked shorts and a shimmery top in front of the store and shouting her head off in Japanese. No idea what she was saying but it certainly made us go into the shop to take a look. I am happy to report that, after 40 minutes - success - Christine came out with bag of bargain gear, including the very shorts the lady at the front of the store was waving... ! By now it was time to ...
... awesome waffles for afternoon tea.
Some rest time in the hotel, then down to the station for dinner. The weather now, although overcast, is at least 10 degrees warmer than it has been in the last few days. Tonight was T-shirt weather.
When we got to the restaurants at the station, we were intent on trying something else, so we investigated the menus of all of the other restaurants, before finally giving up ...